Last year, I was deciding on classes to take for my senior year, but I wasn’t really sure about what I wanted to take. So, I went around asking for class recommendations and David Land, a former student taking journalism, told me the class would be a great idea. At first, I thought that it would be really boring, but I put it down anyway … Continue reading My First and Last Year of Journalism
Following a constant sleep schedule can be difficult for most people; however, this is very beneficial for your health. It may not be easy at first, but trust me it will benefit you in the long run. There are so many ways a healthy sleep schedule can improve your life, such as making you feel more energized and improving your well-being. According to MyHealthfinder, “Getting … Continue reading Get Some Rest!
There are so many people on this planet and we all share one thing in common. From men to women and young to old, we all listen to music. Music is all around us and it can play a big role in our lives. So that’s why I went and asked some Howard County students how music impacts their daily lives: Tori Andrews, a junior … Continue reading Music in Our Lives
Summer is almost here and so are college decisions. As decisions slowly come out, seniors are planning what they’re going to do after high school. However, the college application process was not an easy task for them this year. Due to COVID, they were not able to ease into their senior year and the pressure of being left behind in the application process was very … Continue reading The College Process for Seniors
“We all create stories to protect ourselves.” – Mark Z. Danielewski. The book, House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski, is a great book to read for fans of the horror genre. The story is told from multiple points of view. Two important characters are Johnny Truant, a young man who finds the House of Leaves transcript written by Zampano, and Will Navidson, a man … Continue reading House of Leaves: Book Review